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Slice of life: Boerewors — and condoms too

'My dream is to have hotdog street kiosks around Jo’burg’s clubs and provide free condoms as well'

Aussie halaal-in-a-hurry revels in snack-pack hullabaloo

Staple of Australian take­away shops overshadowed by the kebab no more.

SA’s ferocious fast food appetite

In the face of waning incomes, rising food prices and a weak and volatile currency, the takeaway market is growing.

Break the food chain to build our humanity

For society's sake, we can't ignore food crises, politics and greedy white-controlled corporates.

In with the Nü healthy eating

Sea Point health food café Nü has opened a branch in Gauteng, offering junk food minus the junk.

KFC follows Nigerian fast food pioneer in African growth

Global fast food retailers are moving into the underserved African market and following in the footsteps of a successful local entrepreneur.

Women sick of inequality – literally

Research shows women are more likely to have high blood pressure and experts blame the added stress of unequal gender roles.

McDonald’s to upsize in Africa

Africa will form part of a growth strategy for the world's largest restaurant chain, McDonald's.

ANC caucus lashes out at ‘sexist’ depiction of Lucas

The ANC caucus has accused the media of racism and sexism in its reportage of Northern Cape Premier Sylvia Lucas's alleged fast food bill.

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